CHILE - Arturo Alvarez Illuminates Carrís Hotel’s Casa de la Troya in Santiago
| Aug 13 2011 | (12:00:42 - EDT)
Designer Arturo Alvarez has collaborated to enhance areas of the Carrís Hotel’s Casa de la Troya, with his emblematic lighting Gea pieces in the lobby and at pieces from his Coral collection in the dining room.
The Gea and Coral Collections consists of organic wraparound and columnar luminaries that evoke the beauty and richness of coral reefs.
Carrís Hotels, restored this emblematic XVII century building from in Santiago de Compostela. The structure was previously the stables of the famous Casa da Troia. This charming hotel was carefully and respectfully restored and allows guest to relax in elegance and enjoy original art and design.
The House of Troya (Casa da Troia), that is next door the hotel, nowadays is a museum. It used to be an antique student hostel in the late XIX century, in which the writer Pérez Lugín was inspired to write his famous novel “La Casa de la Troya”, published on 1915.
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